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Dissolution: The first of C J Sansom's Shardlake novels, in which the crippled Tudor lawyer Matthew Shardlake is introduced. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake is sent to investigate a killing at a monastery. Which of the terrified monks is the murderer? Dark Fire: It is 1540 and the hottest summer of the sixteenth century. Matthew Shardlake, believing himself out of favour with Thomas Cromwell, is busy trying to maintain his legal practice and keep a discreet profile. But his involvement with a murder case, defending a girl accused of brutally murdering her young cousin, brings him once again into contact with the king's chief minister – and a new assignment... The secret of Greek Fire, the legendary substance with which the Byzantines destroyed the Arab navies, has been lost for centuries. Now an official of the Court of Augmentations has discovered the formula in the library of a dissolved London monastery. When Shardlake is sent to recover it, he finds the official and his alchemist brother brutally murdered – the formula has disappeared. Now Shardlake must follow the trail of Greek Fire across Tudor London, while trying at the same time to prove his young client's innocence. But very soon he discovers nothing is as it seems .. Sovereign: England 1541. King Henry VIII has set out on a spectacular Royal Progress to York, aiming to strike fear and awe into his rebellious northern subjects. Lawyer Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Barak, arrive in the city a day ahead of the 3,000-strong procession. Officially there to prepare petitions for the King, they have also been tasked with a secret mission by Archbishop Cranmer: to ensure the welfare of one of the northern conspirators, Sir Edward Broderick, who is to be brought back to London for questioning in the Tower. Tensions are running high in the city, and soon Shardlake is called to investigate a suspicious death - and stumbles upon a daring plot that has the potential to shake England to its core. Revelation: 1543 and a homicidal, religious maniac is on the loose, driven by images from the Book of Revelation. Shardlake is tasked with finding the killer. Heartstone: Dramatisation of the fifth "Shardlake" novel. Shardlake and Barack are asked to look into a case by a servant of Catherine Parr, about to become the sixth wife of Henry VIII.
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http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 01.mp3: Dissolution 01 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 02.mp3: Dissolution 02 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 03.mp3: Dissolution 03 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 04.mp3: Dissolution 04 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 05.mp3: Dissolution 05 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 06.mp3: Dissolution 06 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 07.mp3: Dissolution 07 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 08.mp3: Dissolution 08 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 09.mp3: Dissolution 09 http://archive.org/download/Dissolution_201704/Dissolution 10.mp3: Dissolution 10 http://archive.org/download/DarkFire/Dark Fire 01.mp3: Dark Fire 01 http://archive.org/download/DarkFire/Dark Fire 02.mp3: Dark Fire 02 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 01.mp3: Sovereign 01 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 02.mp3: Sovereign 02 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 03.mp3: Sovereign 03 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 04.mp3: Sovereign 04 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 05.mp3: Sovereign 05 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 06.mp3: Sovereign 06 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 07.mp3: Sovereign 07 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 08.mp3: Sovereign 08 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 09.mp3: Sovereign 09 http://archive.org/download/Sovereign/Sovereign 10.mp3: Sovereign 10 http://archive.org/download/Revelation_201808/Revelation 01.mp3: Revelation 01 http://archive.org/download/Revelation_201808/Revelation 02.mp3: Revelation 02 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 01.mp3: Heartstone 01 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 02.mp3: Heartstone 02 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 03.mp3: Heartstone 03 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 04.mp3: Heartstone 04 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 05.mp3: Heartstone 05 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 06.mp3: Heartstone 06 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 07.mp3: Heartstone 07 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 08.mp3: Heartstone 08 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 09.mp3: Heartstone 09 http://archive.org/download/Heartstone/Heartstone 10.mp3: Heartstone 10
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